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Sociology, Anthropology & Criminology

Erick LamingErick Laming will deliver his lecture “Stop Resisting: Understanding Police Use of Force and Accountability in Canada” on Tuesday, Feb. 16.

Use of force by police topic of discussion

Erick Laming will deliver his lecture “Stop Resisting: Understanding Police Use of Force and Accountability in Canada” on Tuesday, Feb. 16.

A Breast Cancer Awareness sign is seen before an NFL football game on Oct. 4, 2020.A Breast Cancer Awareness sign is seen before an NFL football game on Oct. 4, 2020.

Breast cancer social scholar published in the Conversation Canada

The University of Windsor’s Jane McArthur, a PhD candidate in sociology/social justice, has recently had an article published in the Conversation Canada on what she says sheds lights on issues not addressed in current breast cancer awareness initiatives.

“As COVID-19 makes abundantly clear, our health exists in a nested set of relationships, each part of the whole interacting and influencing each other,” says McArthur, a SSHRC Doctoral Fellow Investigating Women’s Narratives of Breast Cancer.

a tulip“Your mental health is the most important learning outcome,” sociology professor Renu Persaud tells students in an open letter published Monday.

Mental health of students forms the basis of learning: professor

“Your mental health is the most important learning outcome,” sociology professor Renu Persaud tells students in an open letter published Monday.

Reza NakhaieUWindsor professor Reza Nakhaie will work with the local YMCA to study the effects of COVID-19 on the mental health of immigrant and refugee youth.

Pandemic research to focus on young immigrants and refugees

UWindsor professor Reza Nakhaie will work with the local YMCA to study the effects of COVID-19 on the mental health of immigrant and refugee youth.